Tips on Making Your Home Corona Safe by FluShields
To minimize the risk of getting sick, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend taking action to disinfect high-touch surfaces, such as countertops, doorknobs, cellphones, and toilet flush handles since some pathogens can live on surfaces for several hours.
Working and studying from home is needed to slow the spread of the Coronavirus and to keep you and your family safe. Here are a few tips to help you keep your home safe.
- The CDC recommends washing hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. As a backup, use hand sanitizers that are at least 60% alcohol. Get your Hand Sanitizer for the whole family now.
- Create habits and reminders to not touch your face, especially eyes, nose and mouth, and cover cough or sneezes.
- Disinfect surfaces like doorknobs, tables, and handrails regurlarly.
- Increase ventilation by opening windows or adjusting air conditioning.
- For laundry, use detergent and bleach (for white loads) or peroxide or color-safe bleach (for colors) to kill germs. (Be sure to read clothing labels to avoid damaging garments.) To boost the effect, some washing machines have sanitized or steam settings that kill germs.
- Household air purifiers and filters that advertise the ability to kill or capture viruses can be useful. You can also artificially purify the air you breathe by a humidifier. Get your Humidifier for a fresher atmosphere at home now.
Good news: You can better protect yourself by wearing an N95 respirator mask: Get your N95 respirator masks for the whole family today.
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